Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Better Classroom Air Quality with Displacement Ventilation

In a recent article on indoor air quality in classrooms Panu Mustakallio and Risto Kosonen compared different air distribution methods and their effects on air quality in the classroom using a fullscale laboratory test to measure their performance. In their article, “Effect of Air Distribution Methods on Classroom Air Quality” originally published at Indoor Air 2011 conference, Mustakallio and Kosonen found that the average indoor air quality in the occupied zone was best with displacement ventilation, which also produced very good thermal conditions. For best results they recommend placing diffusers in all four corners of the classroom.

Displacement ventilation is also incredibly energy efficient, which makes it an excellent choice for ventilation in classrooms.


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